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Old 01-20-2010, 06:01 PM
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Sick, absolutely sick, huge workout.
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haha nice truck push, never thought about putting that into my workouts. i might just have to try that out once to see how hard it is.
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i think you had that truck but your footwear let you down! you are inspirational to say the least tho, insane workouts.
Thanks fellas, I always appreciate the kind words.

Defying Gravity, Workout #10, Jan. 20th, 2010: Military
Military Press
145-6
160-4
175-2
Close Grip Bench
215-5
220-5
225-5
Floor Press
225-5
255-4
275-1

Okay, no big deal today. 225 for 5 on close grip was nice. Tomorrow I am going to pick up heavy things off the ground.
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Quick question for you on your dymanic warmup. How essential is listening to Metallica while you do it?
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Old 01-22-2010, 01:09 AM
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Quick question for you on your dymanic warmup. How essential is listening to Metallica while you do it?
Just as essential as it is for Sang-Rok to have China Delight for lunch, without it you can't live.

Defying Gravity, Workout #11, Jan. 21th, 2010: Deadlift
Deadlift
455-1
475-1
500-1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4zDFyDJhZ8
Good Mornings
135-10
185-10
225-15
Pullups
10plate-8
25plate-5
25plate-4
Bent Over Row
135-15
155-12
175-6

There it is, cross a 500 deadlift off the list, we are on to 600 this year. Weighed in right at 178 today. It feels good to pick up heavy things off the ground. And thank God that I don't have to lift weights tomorrow, I think the 225 good morning for 15 was worse than the 500 pull. Hypertrophy bench Saturday and Hypertrophy squat Sunday.
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Im not sure what I am more amazed by, the 500 pound deadlift or goodmornings for 15 with 225. ANIMAL!
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Defying Gravity, Workout #12, Jan. 23th, 2010: Hypertrophy Bench
Bench
240-8
225-8
230-8
230-8
Incline Bench
195-10
195-8
195-8
Dips
Plate-15
Plate+10-10
Plate+15-10

It was well done. Bench was solid, just trying to find my groove. Hypertrophy squat tomorrow, I don't know yet what I'm going to hit for 8+, all I know is, it's going to be a lot.
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i love the enthusiasm when you hit the 500!!! thats gonna be in the back of my head tomorrow...i think im gonna try for 405 on my last set...ill see how it goes in the AM!
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Really strong & inspiring mahn!
And i cant wait to try the dynamic workout & truck push
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Really strong & inspiring mahn!
And i cant wait to try the dynamic workout & truck push
Thanks man, I hope the dynamic warm-up works well for you.

Defying Gravity, Workout #13, Jan. 24th, 2010: Hypertrophy Squat
350-9
325-8
330-8
Occlusion Squats
3X20 w/135 and 1min. rest
Chin-Ups
BW-14
Took a nap for 2 minutes
Plate-2

Money, 350 for 9 was nice. I felt so physically ill afterwards it was amazing. I definitely fell asleep from exhaustion between sets of chin-ups. I think my legs are still purple from the occlusion as well. Off tomorrow and dynamic deadlifts on Tuesday.
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Defying Gravity, Workout #14, Jan. 26th, 2010: Hypertrophy Military
Military
145-9
135-8
140-8
140-8
Close Grip Bench
185-8
195-8
205-7
Seated Military Lockouts
155-8
175-8
185-8
Solid work. Doing the overhead lockouts was a nice change, the rack is set at about forehead level here. DE Deadlift tomorrow.
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Two workouts to log here. But first, if you do a Ph.D. in exercise physiology please understand that when you take a class called Organ Physiology you will learn more information in a week than you have in your whole life.

Defying Gravity, Workout #15, Jan. 28th, 2010: DE Bench
Bench: 8X3
155+4chains for 8X3

Defying Gravity, Workout #16, Jan. 29th, 2010: DE Squat/Deadlift
Squat
185+2chains for 6X3
Deadlift
275 for 4X3

No assistance work as last week I maxed on deadlifts, so I just did speedwork this week. Off tomorrow as we get ready for the real deal. Heavy bench Sunday and then heavy squat Monday. Time to get some rest. I think I'm going to eat 3 steaks tonight.
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